70 years ago
october 7, 1948
After the setting of the case of the State of Kansas vs. William Edward Gayer, the judge has ordered 75 additional jurymen drawn in the usual manner. The trial concerning the murder of Herbert J. Kindred is set to begin Oct. 25.
In a change of pastors in the Wichita Diocese this week, Rev. Joseph Goracy comes from Chancellor of the Wichita diocese to St. John’s parish, Pilsen. Father Aloysius B. Clupny transfers from Pilsen back to Timken where he previously had served for 23 years. In addition, Rev. Emil J. Kapaun, mostly recently at Timken, at the suggestion of Bishop Carroll, has re-enlisted as a chaplain in the Army.
Marion Paint Shop, for the past several months operated in the partnership by Mr. and Mrs. Fred Knackstedt and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wait, reverted this week to single ownership of the Knackstedts.
Specials at Buckley’s Grocery Friday and Saturday include spiced grapes, 8 oz. can, 13 cents; green beans, No. 2 can, 13 cents; sorghum, 5 lb. jar, 53 cents; Lifebuoy soap, 3 bars, 29 cents; Welch’s orange marmalade, 1 lb. jar, 19 cents; and Bonus chocolate flavored syrup, 16 oz. bottle, 5 cents.
According to the classified ads, cakewalks will be held in the coming week by the Highland, Pleasant View, Dickerson, Victor, and Grapes schools.
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